Spy-Net Releases - Malware Gallery (Beta)
Spy-Net Was Used To Build
This section focuses on other malware families that have used the current family as a base to develop their own variants. This usually indicates that the source code of the current family has been made public at some point, or it has been privately shared or sold.
|United States 🇺🇸
|United States 🇺🇸, United Kingdom 🇬🇧
|Protocol , Steve10120 , 2sly , Sam
Spy-Net Was Forked or Ripped From
This section highlights other malware families that contributed to the creation of the current new family. The original family's source code could have been either forked or "ripped." In malware author terminology, "ripped" refers to the practice of using another malware's source code to build one's own variant without giving credit to the original author. Typically, in such cases, the design is altered and new functions are added.